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Liberties short film: Dublin 8 Portrait

Liberties short film: Dublin 8 Portrait

  With just a camera and a bicycle, film director Mia Mullarkey jumped into the deep end of community in the Liberties to create a special short film, Dublin 8…

Film Review – I Just Need ‘A Simple Favour’

Film Review – I Just Need ‘A Simple Favour’

  Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) is a full-time mommy vlogger with an annoying abundance of energy for life. Emily (Blake Lively) is a glamorous woman who has a dark past and…

Film Review – ‘Under the Clock’

Film Review – ‘Under the Clock’

  “Love is an itch underneath the heart you can’t scratch,” chuckles the charming and eccentric musician, Ray Gunn, from the armchair by the window of his living room. Sat…

‘Deadpool’ aims to both kill and please (Film Review)

‘Deadpool’ aims to both kill and please (Film Review)

Compared to some generic and predictable storylines brought to us in the past, Marvel has finally created something different and refreshing with their most recent release, Deadpool.      …

Film review: The Hunger Games Mockingjay, Part 2

Film review: The Hunger Games Mockingjay, Part 2

PG- 13   Stars:  ★★★★☆   Genre: Adventure, Sci-Fi One of this Christmas’ most anticipated movies, The Hunger Games Mockinjay Part 2, begins where it left off. Peeta Mellark (Josh Hutcherson),…

Bridge of Spies: Spielberg brings Cold War to life

Bridge of Spies: Spielberg brings Cold War to life

Pitch-perfect performances and elegant direction from Steven Spielberg turn a decades-old historical event into a human and relevant story about a man making the difficult decision to stand by his…

The Tale of Princess Kaguya-Review

The Tale of Princess Kaguya-Review

This Japanese animated film is a beautiful fairytale which harkens back to the classic Disney films of the 20th Century. A poor bamboo farmer (this is Japan, remember) finds a…

Maureen O’Hara to receive an Honorary Oscar

Maureen O’Hara to receive an Honorary Oscar

Acclaimed Irish actress Maureen O’Hara is set to receive an Honorary Oscar from the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences on 8 November. The Honorary…

A taste of Japan comes to the Light House

A taste of Japan comes to the Light House

The Light House cinema is set to host Ireland's sixth annual Japanese Film Festival in association with the Japanese Embassy from April 8th to April 17th…

Judi Dench plays a real Irish mammy in ‘Philomena’

Darragh Mowlds gives Stephen Frears' heart-breaking, yet whimsical 'Philomena' 5 out of 5.…

‘Diana’ – film review

‘Diana’ – film review

Oliver Hirschbiegel's biopic is politely bland and portrays the Princess of Wales as shallow and spoilt.…

Fresh face on Irish film scene

Fresh face on Irish film scene

With the likes of Colin Farrell, Michael Fassbender and Robert Sheehan all working abroad, it was only a matter of time before a new name appeared on the Irish acting…

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